Martins Fly-Ban Synergized Pour On
Starting at $39.50
Martin's Fly-Ban Synergized Pour On
Martin's Fly Ban Synertized Pour On is a ready to use application for control of flies, lice, gnats, keds, and other pests on horses, beef and dairy cows, sheep, and lambs. It contains a powerful combination of permethrin to give it a residual and piperonyl butoxide to synergize it and kick it up a notch!
Martin's Fly-Ban Synergized Pour On Yield
- *Qt treats 63 Cattle
- *1/2 Gallon treats 126 Cattle
- *One Gallon treats 252 Cattle
- *2.5 Gallons treats 630 Cattle
- *10 CWT(1000 lbs)
Martin's Fly-Ban Synergized Pour On - Application On Livestock and Premises
With no mixing required, it can be poured on, wiped on, or used in back rubbers. It also is labeled for use as a premise spray in and around animal housing. It can be sprayed directly to a surface to leave a residual.
|Apply To||Target Insects||Application Instructions|
|Lactating and Non-lactating Dairy Cattle, Beef Cattle and Calves||Lice, Horn Flies, Face Flies Aids in control of Horse Flies, Stable Flies, House Flies, Mosquitoes and Black Flies||
Dosage: Apply 1.5 ml of Fly-Ban Synergized Pour On per 100 pounds of body weight of animal up to a maximum of 15 ml for any one animal. To control heavy horn fly infestations, apply 2.0 ml per 100 pounds body weight up to a maximum of 20 ml for any one animal.
Pour-On: Pour correct dose along back and down face.
Ready-To-Use Spray: Use undiluted in a mist sprayer to apply correct dose. Apply directly to neck, face, back, legs and ears.
Back Rubber Use: Mix 64 ml (2.1 fl. ozs.) per gallon of mineral oil. Keep rubbing device charged. Results improved by daily forced use
|Sheep and Lambs||Sheep Keds and Lice||Pour On: Pour Martin's Synergized Fly-Ban Pour On along back. Apply 1 ml per 50 pounds body weight of animal, up to a maximum of 12 ml for any one animal. All animals should be treated after shearing for optimum control.|
|Horses and Foals||Stable Flies, Horn
Flies, Face Flies,
House Flies, Eye
Gnats and Ticks
Aids in control
of Horse Flies,
|Fly Ban Wipe On : As a wipe on, apply 8 ml to 16 ml. Dampen with Fly-Ban Synergized Pour On with a cloth, applicator mitt or toweling (Turkish). Rub over areas where flies tend to congregate, such as shoulders, legs, facial areas and necks. Do not get in horse's eyes.
Fly Ban Ready -T0-Use Spray: Use Fly Ban Pour On after exercise or riding. Apply 8 ml to 16 ml per animal. Apply directly onto attached ticks.
|Horses||Stable Flies, Horn
Flies, Face Flies,
Pour On: Pour 8 ml to 16 ml of Fly Ban along the back and down the face, after exercise or riding.
Mature Horses : Avoid eyes Do not use this method of application on foals.
|Premises-In and Around Horse, Beef, Dairy, Swine, Sheep and Poultry Premises, Animal Hospital Pens & Kennels and "Outside" Meat Processing Premises||House Flies, Stable Flies, Face Flies, Gnats, Mosquitoes, Black Flies, Fleas, Little House Fleas (Fannia spp.) Aids in control of Cockroaches, Ants, Spiders and Crickets||Fly-Ban Pour On as a ready-to-use spot or premise spray: As a ready to use product, use Fly Ban undiluted in a mist sprayer. Spray directly on surfaces where insects land or crawl. 500 ml will treat approximately 7,200 square feet.|
|Product Label||Fly Ban - Product Label|
|SDS||Fly Ban MSDS|
|Target Pest||Controls Flies, Keds, Lice, Gnats, Ticks, and many others listed on label.|
|Active Ingredient (s)||Permethrin - 7.4% Piperonyl Butoxide - 7.4%|
|For Use :||Beef cattle, lactating and non-lactating dairy cattle, calves, sheep, lambs, foals, and horses.|
|Yield||1 gallon treats up to 252 head of (1000 lb.) cattle with four weeks residual|
|Application||See product label for application dosage and application procedures for livestock.|
|Retreatment||For cattle and sheep, repeat treatment as needed, but not more than once evey 2 weeks|
Special Notes: This product is not effective in controlling cattle grubs. This is an oil-base, ready-to-use product that may leave an oily appearance on the hair coat of some animals. This product should be used in an integrated pest management system which may involve repeat treatments and the use of other pest control practices.